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Session 109 - (1991-1992) - S 377
Title Portion: A Concurrent Resolution memorializing the Congress of the United States to propose an amendment to
... STATES CONSTITUTION ESTABLISHING A PRESIDENTIAL LINE ITEM VETO. Whereas, despite various efforts to control the explosive growth of federal spending, the President has had insufficient authority with respect to the budgetary process; ...
Session 109 - (1991-1992) - S 491
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Chapter 13, Title 8, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Section 8-13-6
... The failure by one candidate to meet the limitations which were agreed to does not relieve any other candidates for the same office from their spending limitation. A signed agreement is valid for all elections for a particular office. A ...
Session 109 - (1991-1992) - S*513
Title Portion: A Bill to amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Chapter 22 in Title 40, relatin
... or `Resident Professional Land Surveyor' with respect to principal office and branch office requirements means a licensed practitioner who spends a majority of each normal workday in the principal or branch office. (11) `Branch office' ...
Session 109 - (1991-1992) - S*1116
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Section 44-22-10, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to definitions und
... as added by Act 127 of 1991, is amended to read: "(3) wear his own clothes, have access to personal hygiene articles, keep and spend a reasonable sum of his own money, and keep and use his own personal possessions ...
Session 109 - (1991-1992) - S*1118
Title Portion: A Bill to amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Chapter 26 to Title 44 so as to
... designated area where clients and visitors may speak privately; (3) wear his clothes, have access to personal hygiene articles, keep and spend a reasonable sum of his money, and keep and use his personal possessions, including ...
Session 109 - (1991-1992) - S*1140
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Section 12-7-1245, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to the corporate
... and the work cannot be standardized over a specific period of time. The work must require consistent exercise of discretion and the employee must spend at least eighty percent of the time performing headquarters related functions and ...
Session 109 - (1991-1992) - S*1273
Title Portion: A Bill to enact the South Carolina Energy Conservation and Efficiency Act of 1992; to amend the Cod
... and provide for the proper placement of the office upon restructuring or reorganizing. Limitation on amount school districts must spend for energy conservation SECTION 4. No public school district may be required ...
Session 109 - (1991-1992) - H*3073
Title Portion: A Bill to amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Chapter 22 to Title 44 so as to
... patients and visitors may speak privately if they desire; (3) wear his own clothes, have access to personal hygiene articles, keep and spend a reasonable sum of his own money, and keep and use his own personal possessions including ...
Session 109 - (1991-1992) - H 3255
Title Portion: A Bill to amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Chapter 22 in Title 40, relatin
... or `Resident Professional Land Surveyor' with respect to principal office and branch office requirements means a licensed practitioner who spends a majority of each normal workday in the principal or branch office. (11) `Branch office' ...
Session 109 - (1991-1992) - H 3501
Title Portion: A Concurrent Resolution petitioning the Congress of the United States to propose an amendment to th
... with the American people; and Whereas, the most common complaint that the public makes about congressional service is that Congressmen spend more of their time running for office than attending to their duties; and Whereas, the power ...
Session 109 - (1991-1992) - H*3674
Title Portion: A Concurrent Resolution to designate the month of March, 1991, as National Nutrition Month in South
... diet, and nutrition National Nutrition Week was initiated in 1973 and became a month-long observance in 1980; and Whereas, South Carolinians spend millions of dollars annually in the pursuit of health and fitness, National Nutrition Month ...
Session 109 - (1991-1992) - H*3803
Title Portion: A Concurrent Resolution to commend Bobby Brock of Simpsonville upon his receipt of a National Outst
... in Education for his volunteer work with the Baker's Chapel Elementary School; and Whereas, he is president of the PTA at Baker's Chapel and spends about six hours working with students in the school's computer lab three days a week along ...
Session 109 - (1991-1992) - H 3939
Title Portion: A Concurrent Resolution memorializing Congress not to enact the recommendations of Secretary of Def
... the members of the General Assembly have learned with alarm that Secretary of Defense Richard B. Cheney as part of his plan to reduce defense spending, has recommended that eighty of the approximately three hundred Junior ROTC units in the ...
Session 109 - (1991-1992) - H*3970
Title Portion: A Concurrent Resolution to designate the month of May, 1991, as South Carolina Tourism Month to be
... percent increase in the number of hotel rooms and a substantial fifty percent increase in golf courses since 1986; and Whereas, visitors spend forty-five dollars for every dollar invested in tourism advertising by the State; ...
Session 109 - (1991-1992) - H*3991
Title Portion: A Concurrent Resolution to commend Fred P. Brinkman for his service to the State of South Carolina
... Carolina has flourished since 1973, with an annual economic impact soaring by one hundred fifty percent to a current level five billion dollars in spending by tourists that supports nearly one hundred five thousand jobs and provides tax ...
Session 109 - (1991-1992) - H 4099
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Section 44-22-10, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to definitions und
... Code, as added by Act 127 of 1991, is amended to read: "(3) wear his own clothes, have access to personal hygiene articles, keep and spend a reasonable sum of his own money, and keep and use his own personal possessions including ...
Session 109 - (1991-1992) - H 4100
Title Portion: A Bill to amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Chapter 26 to Title 44 so as to
... a designated area where clients and visitors may speak privately; (3) wear his clothes, have access to personal hygiene articles, keep and spend a reasonable sum of his money, and keep and use his personal possessions including ...
Session 109 - (1991-1992) - H 4187
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Section 12-7-1245, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to the corporate
... and the work cannot be standardized over a specific period of time. The work must require consistent exercise of discretion and the employee must spend at least eighty percent of the time performing headquarters related functions and ...
Session 109 - (1991-1992) - H*4609
Title Portion: A House Resolution inviting the Joint Legislative Committee on Tourism and Trade, the South Carolin
... State; and Whereas, visitors from Canada and Europe have acknowledged the State's friendly atmosphere and abundant vacation opportunities by spending more than one hundred million dollars within the State; and Whereas, it is important ...
Session 109 - (1991-1992) - H*4802
Title Portion: A Concurrent Resolution to commend Fort Mill Patrolman Joe Butts for his heroic actions in trying t
... the line of duty, had never fired his gun but emptied five shots toward the fleeing van as it sped off; and Whereas, Officer Butts expects to spend six to eight weeks in the hospital and is experiencing severe pain because of the gunshot ...
Session 109 - (1991-1992) - H*4916
Title Portion: A Concurrent Resolution to express best wishes to Betty M. Smith, Anderson County Treasurer, upon h
... after nineteen years of dedicated service as county treasurer and with her fifth term in office coming to an end, Mrs. Smith will retire to spend more time with her husband. Now, therefore, Be it resolved by the House of Representatives, ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - S 61
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Chapter 13, Title 8, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Section 8-13-9
... The failure by one candidate to meet the limitations which were agreed to does not relieve any other candidates for the same office from their spending limitation. A signed agreement is valid for all elections for a particular office. ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - S*243
Title Portion: A Concurrent Resolution memorializing the Congress of the United States to propose an amendment to
... STATES CONSTITUTION ESTABLISHING A PRESIDENTIAL LINE ITEM VETO. Whereas, despite various efforts to control the explosive growth of federal spending, the President has had insufficient authority with respect to the budgetary process; ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - S 675
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Title 12, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to taxation, by adding Cha
... and the work cannot be standardized over a specific period of time. The work must require consistent exercise of discretion and the employee must spend at least eighty percent of the time performing headquarters related functions and ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - S 697
Title Portion: A Bill to amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Chapter 4 to Title 47 so as to
... and other aid for administration of such a the program. Clemson University is further authorized to The commission may spend public funds of this State appropriated for administration of this chapter to pay ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - S*724
Title Portion: A Concurrent Resolution to encourage the Wildlife and Marine Resources Department to work with agri
... white-tailed deer to the citizens of South Carolina; and Whereas, it is recognized that approximately one hundred fifty-seven thousand citizens spend 3.13 million person days each year sport hunting white-tailed deer; and Whereas, the ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - S 727
Title Portion: A Bill to amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, so as to enact the "Children's and Family
... shall develop and implement a program to educate citizens concerning: (a) the availability of long term care services; (b) the lifetime risk of spending some time in a nursing home; (c) the coverage available for long term care services ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - S 1053
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Title 59, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Chapter 106 so as to enac
... (2) improve coordination and cooperation among the various institutions of higher education in order to eliminate duplication and wasteful spending, and (3) create an allocation of funds that conserves tax dollars and makes maximum use of the ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - S*1358
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Subarticle 6, Article 9, Chapter 7, Title 20, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976,
... retarded, or other medical institution if the individual is required, as a condition of receiving services in the facility under the state plan, to spend for costs of medical care all but a minimal amount of the person's income required for ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - S 1399
Title Portion: A Concurrent Resolution to memorialize the Congress of the United States to promptly enact legislat
... small claims is one of the most significant causes of health care cost increases. More than two-thirds of all insurance claims for medical spending are less than three thousand dollars each year for families in this country; and Whereas, ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - S 1405
Title Portion: A Bill to amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Section 11-11-145 so as to prov
... (MBE's) and Women's Business Enterprises (WBE's) are not able to participate fully in the state's procurement process and why state agency spending with minority and female business enterprises has decreased. The study shall be completed ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - S 1446
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Act 1093 of 1966, relating to the creation of the Goose Creek Park and Playground C
... within its jurisdictional area. It shall have has charge of all parks and playgrounds within the area. The commission may spend such monies as it may deem consider necessary to carry out the activities of the ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - H 3299
Title Portion: A Concurrent Resolution petitioning the Congress of the United States to propose an amendment to th
... with the American people; and Whereas, the most common complaint that the public makes about congressional service is that Congressmen spend more of their time running for office than attending to their duties; and Whereas, the power ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - H*3610
Title Portion: General Appropriations Bill.-short title
... THE ANNUAL DETERMINATION OF THE APPROPRIATE LEVEL OF COMPENSATORY AND REMEDIAL PROGRAMS AND THEIR FUNDING; TO AMEND SECTION 59-20-60, RELATING TO SPENDING PRIORITIES UNDER THE EDUCATION FINANCE ACT, SO AS TO FURTHER PROVIDE FOR THESE ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - H*3616
Title Portion: A House Resolution to urge the Department of Defense, the United States Congress, and the President
... to work on United States Navy ships and spent one hundred sixty-three million dollars to pay foreigners to work on these ships in 1991 and plans to spend 1.1 billion more on overseas ship repairs through 1998; and Whereas, from 1987 ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - H 3702
Title Portion: A Bill to amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Section 14-1-213 so as to impos
... of indigents. The list must be reviewed biennially and adjusted as necessary by Court Administration. In addition, the ten thousand dollars spending threshold provided in this section also must be reviewed every five years and adjusted as ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - H 3704
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Title 59, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to education, by adding Ch
... conduct an evaluation of the three model choice programs after a three-year pilot testing period. The evaluation shall report on efficiency of spending, comparing budgets with like districts without choice programs, student performance, and ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - H 3914
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Title 12, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to taxation, by adding Cha
... and the work cannot be standardized over a specific period of time. The work must require consistent exercise of discretion and the employee must spend at least eighty percent of the time performing headquarters related functions and ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - H 3985
Title Portion: A Bill to amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, so as to enact the "Children's and Family
... implement a program to educate citizens concerning: (a) the availability of long term care services; (b) the lifetime risk of spending some time in a nursing home; (c) the coverage available for long term care ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - H*4040
Title Portion: A Bill to amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Chapter 4 to Title 47 so as to
... curricular and instructional materials and equipment, and financial and other aid for administration of the program. The commission may spend public funds of this State appropriated for administration of this chapter to pay the share of the ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - H 4073
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Chapter 23, Title 27, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to parol, frau
... is excluded from the computation of the value of the assets. See Section 27-23-05(2) supra. For similar reasons interests in valid spendthrift trusts and interests in tenancies by the entireties that cannot be severed by a creditor of ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - H 4348
Title Portion: A Bill to amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Section 20-7-1550 so as to prov
... child's relationship with each parent. (B) In awarding custody and granting visitation the court must strive to equalize the time the child spends with each parent and to equalize and promote opportunities for each parent to be informed ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - H 4636
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Title 59, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Chapter 106 so as to enac
... (2) improve coordination and cooperation among the various institutions of higher education in order to eliminate duplication and wasteful spending, and (3) create an allocation of funds that conserves tax dollars and makes maximum use of the ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - H 4986
Title Portion: A Concurrent Resolution to establish a joint legislative committee to study the governance, structu
... must be evaluated within the parameters of governance, programming, and funding; and Whereas, colleges and universities must scrutinize spending priorities as rigorously as businesses have been forced to do so that consumers of higher ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - H 5013
Title Portion: A Bill to enact The South Carolina Criminal Justice Reform Act of 1994.-short title
... or object used in violation of this section may be confiscated by the law enforcement division making the arrest. (3) Juveniles must spend sixty days in the shock incarceration program pursuant to Section ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - H 5095
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Subarticle 6, Article 9, Chapter 7, Title 20, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976,
... retarded, or other medical institution if the individual is required, as a condition of receiving services in the facility under the State Plan, to spend for costs of medical care all but a minimal amount of the person's income required ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - H 5123
Title Portion: A Concurrent Resolution memorializing the Congress of the United States to act to preserve Congress
... revenue losses from tariff reductions, are estimated by Rep. Richard Gephart to cost forty billion dollars over the first ten years thus requiring spending cuts or tax increases, or both, in order to avoid increasing the federal deficit; ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - H*5161
Title Portion: A Concurrent Resolution to memorialize the Congress of the United States to promptly enact legislat
... small claims is one of the most significant causes of health care cost increases. More than two-thirds of all insurance claims for medical spending are less than three thousand dollars each year for families in this country; and Whereas, ...
Session 110 - (1993-1994) - H*5202
Title Portion: A Concurrent Resolution congratulating Ms. Beth Ann Holtzclaw of Anderson on receiving the "Youth i
... was nominated by the Literacy Association of Anderson County for her work with a foster child; she tutored an eight-year-old girl for two years, spending hours with her every Saturday on arithmetic and reading; and Whereas, Ms. Holtzclaw, ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - S 39
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Title 59, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Chapter 106 so as to enac
... (2) improve coordination and cooperation among the various institutions of higher education in order to eliminate duplication and wasteful spending, and (3) create an allocation of funds that conserves tax dollars and makes maximum use of the ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - S 158
Title Portion: A BILL TO AMEND SECTION 4-9-1210, CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, RELATING TO THE QUALIFIED E
... district, or other political subdivision receiving revenue from property taxes may propose ordinances or resolutions, as appropriate, limiting spending by the process provided in this section, with the same limitations, mutatis mutandis. The ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - S 194
Title Portion: A BILL TO AMEND ACT 1093 OF 1966, AS AMENDED, RELATING TO THE CREATION OF THE GOOSE CREEK PARK AND
... within its jurisdictional area. It shall have has charge of all parks and playgrounds within the area. The commission may spend such monies as it may deem consider necessary to carry out the activities of the ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - S*609
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Section 43-7-460, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to the recovery fr
... retarded, or other medical institution if the individual is required, as a condition of receiving services in the facility under the state plan, to spend for costs of medical care all but a minimal amount of the person's income required ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - S*753
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Title 12, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to taxation, by adding Cha
... and the work cannot be standardized over a specific period of time. The work must require consistent exercise of discretion and the employee must spend at least eighty percent of the time performing headquarters related functions and ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - S 801
Title Portion: A Joint Resolution directing the Governor to appoint a task force to develop a plan to restructure
... system to serve all elderly persons in need of long-term care while accommodating the different needs which they might have; and (3) reduce spending for administration and bureaucracy and recommend services to which the savings should ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - S*875
Title Portion: A Concurrent Resolution to express the heartfelt thanks of the members of the General Assembly of t
... Close, whose great-grandfather founded the Springs textile empire one hundred and eight years ago, prefers fresh breezes to air-conditioning, and spends most of her weekends in the woods; and Whereas, this Greenway, given by her eight ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - S*1205
Title Portion: A Senate Resolution to congratulate Amy Hightower of Bamberg-Erhardt High School upon receiving the
... of Community Award seeks to recognize outstanding self-initiated community service by America's youth; and Whereas, Amy Hightower selflessly spends four to eight hours on school days and eight to twelve hours a day on weekends ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - S 1243
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Title 59, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to education, by adding Ch
... initially approved charter application; and (2) a financial statement that discloses the costs of administration, instruction, and other spending categories for the charter school that is understandable to the general public and ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - S*1424
Title Portion: A Senate Resolution to commend Mrs. Kay Black, a teacher with Lexington School District Two, for he
... to the public school system of Lexington School District Two upon her retirement; and Whereas, after retiring, she will have more time to spend with her husband, Gary, and their two children, and she also will be able to play golf more ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - S*1441
Title Portion: A Concurrent Resolution to commend and congratulate Lawrie H. Harmon, Office of the Governor, Divis
... the State of South Carolina; and Whereas, Mr. Harmon, after a successful career with the Office of the Governor, will now have more time to spend with his lovely wife, children, and grandchildren; and Whereas, the General Assembly of ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - H 3277
Title Portion: A Concurrent Resolution petitioning the Congress of the United States to propose an amendment to th
... the American people; and Whereas, the most common complaint that the public makes about congressional service is that Congressmen spend more of their time running for office than attending to their duties; and Whereas, the power of ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - H 3282
Title Portion: A Bill to amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Section 20-7-1550 so as to prov
... child's relationship with each parent. (B) In awarding custody and granting visitation the court must strive to equalize the time the child spends with each parent and to equalize and promote opportunities for each parent to be ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - H*3362
Title Portion: General Appropriations Bill.-short title
... TO THE REGIONAL COUNCILS OF GOVERNMENTS IS ALLOCATED; BY ADDING SECTION 6-7-157 SO AS TO REQUIRE REGIONAL COUNCILS OF GOVERNMENT TO PROVIDE A SPENDING PLAN BEFORE RECEIPT OF STATE FUNDS AND PROVIDE FOR AN AUDIT OF APPROPRIATED FUNDS; BY ADDING ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - H 3388
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Title 59, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to education, by adding Ch
... the initial approved charter application; and (2) a financial statement that discloses the costs of administration, instruction, and other spending categories for the charter school that is understandable to the general public and ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - H*3534
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Title 12, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to taxation, by adding Cha
... agreement. In the event of termination, the qualifying business shall immediately cease to retain employee withholding and immediately cease spending funds from the escrow account. Within thirty days of the expiration or termination of the ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - H*3775
Title Portion: A Bill to amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Section 12-7-1275 so as to allo
... agreement. In the event of termination, the qualifying business shall immediately cease to retain employee withholding and immediately cease spending funds from the escrow account. Within thirty days of the expiration or termination of the ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - H 4138
Title Portion: A Bill to amend the Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, by adding Section 11-11-145 so as to prov
... section is effective for fiscal years beginning after June 30, 1995. PART V Local Government and School District Spending and Taxing Limits SECTION 1. Chapter 1, Title 6 of the ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - H 4178
Title Portion: A Joint Resolution directing the Governor to appoint a task force to develop a plan to restructure
... system to serve all elderly persons in need of long-term care while accommodating the different needs which they might have; and (3) reduce spending for administration and bureaucracy and recommend services to which the savings should ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - H*4261
Title Portion: A Concurrent Resolution to express the heartfelt thanks of the members of the General Assembly of t
... Close, whose great-grandfather founded the Springs textile empire one hundred and eight years ago, prefers fresh breezes to air-conditioning, and spends most of her weekends in the woods; and Whereas, this Greenway, given by her eight ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - H*4443
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Title 59, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to education, by adding Ch
... approved charter application; and (2) a financial statement that discloses the costs of administration, instruction, and other spending categories for the charter school that is understandable to the general public and that will allow ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - H 4547
Title Portion: A Bill to amend Title 59, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to education, by adding Ch
... to the center a portion of the district's allocation under this chapter on a per pupil basis based on the percentage of time its students spend at the career center. Section 59-144-420. The entities referred to in Section 59-144-400 ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - H 4561
Title Portion: A Bill to enact the "South Carolina Children's Education Endowment Act of 1996" including provision
... to the center a portion of the district's allocation under this chapter on a per pupil basis based on the percentage of time its students spend at the c areer center. Section 59-144-110. The State Board of Education shall ...
Session 111 - (1995-1996) - H*5026
Title Portion: A House Resolution to commend Mrs. Kay Black, a teacher with Lexington School District Two, for her
... to the public school system of Lexington School District Two upon her retirement; and Whereas, after retiring, she will have more time to spend with her husband, Gary, and their two children, and she also will be able to play golf more ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - S 65
Title Portion: A BILL TO AMEND SECTION 4-9-1210, CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, RELATING TO THE QUALIFIED
... district, or other political subdivision receiving revenue from property taxes may propose ordinances or resolutions, as appropriate, limiting spending by the process provided in this section, with the same limitations, mutatis mutandis. ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - S*227
Title Portion: A SENATE RESOLUTION TO AMEND RULE 24 OF THE RULES OF THE SENATE SO AS TO PROVIDE FOR THE CONSIDERAT
... Bill and any Supplemental Appropriation Bill shall be defined as those things which reasonably and inherently directly relate to the raising and spending of revenue for or in the fiscal year for which the bill ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - S*409
Title Portion: A BILL TO AMEND SECTION 4-9-55, CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, RELATING TO ENACTMENT OF GENE
... Section 4-9-55 of the 1976 Code is amended to read: "Section 4-9-55. (A) A county may not be bound by any general law requiring it to spend funds or to take an action requiring the expenditure of funds unless the General Assembly ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - S*501
Title Portion: A SENATE RESOLUTION COMMENDING JOHN G. "JERRY" BEASLEY FOR HIS MANY YEARS OF DEDICATED SERVICE TO T
... will be sorely missed, but he will be the beneficiary of increased free time to pursue other loves in his life; and Whereas, he will be able to spend more time with his wife, the former Ann Melnyk, his son and daughter, and his two ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - S*546
Title Portion: A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION MEMORIALIZING THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES TO ELIMINATE THE FEDERAL GA
... members of the General Assembly memorialize the Congress of the United States to end the Federal micro management of transportation infrastructure spending, and empower the states with the ability to finance, manage and maintain the United ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - S 680
Title Portion: A BILL TO ENACT THE "MANDATORY PARENTING PLAN ACT," AMENDING CHAPTER 3, TITLE 20, CODE OF LAWS OF S
... be given to the minor child's age and developmental needs. The plan shall include a schedule which designates the time the minor child shall spend with each parent on a weekly basis and on special occasions including, but not limited to, ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - S*778
Title Portion: A BILL TO AMEND SECTION 23-47-10, CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, RELATING DEFINITIONS IN CON
... PSAPS under the provisions of this chapter, which are compatible with each other as needed for the public's safety, and will not result in wasteful spending on inappropriate or redundant technology. (C) The responsibilities of the board ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - S 960
Title Portion: A BILL TO AMEND SECTION 12-6-3360 OF THE CODE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, RELATING TO THE JOBS TAX CRE
... and the work cannot be standardized over a specific period of time. The work must require consistent exercise of discretion and the employee must spend at least eighty percent of the time performing headquarters related functions and ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - S 985
Title Portion: A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION MEMORIALIZING THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICAN TO RENAME THE W
... the United States and contributed to the dismantling of the welfare state and the budget agreements of the eighties and nineties where government spending and tax rates were cut; and Whereas, President Reagan inherited a demoralized and ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - S 1029
Title Portion: A BILL TO AMEND ARTICLE 1, CHAPTER 1, TITLE 41, CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, RELATING TO L
... 41-1-120. (A) This section is known as the 'Labor Organizations Deductions Act'. (B) The General Assembly finds that: (1) Some unions spend nearly ninety percent of total dues income on political activities. (2) The ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - S 1259
Title Portion: A SENATE RESOLUTION TO CONGRATULATE JEFF RODGERS OF GREENWOOD ON HIS OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN PRO
... run a complete pass of six buoys at 10.25 meters; and Whereas, Jeff Rodgers is a lifelong water-skier who learned his basic techniques after spending long and grueling days of practice on Lake Greenwood perfecting his skill; and ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - S*1274
Title Portion: A SENATE RESOLUTION EXPRESSING THE SYMPATHY OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SENATE TO THE FAMILY AND MANY FRI
... true and unblemished personal integrity who championed individualism and triggered a new philosophy that included the reduction of overall federal spending and a smaller federal government. Now, therefore, Be it resolved by the ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - H 3609
Title Portion: A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION COMMENDING JOHN G. "JERRY" BEASLEY FOR HIS MANY YEARS OF DEDICATED SERVICE
... will be sorely missed, but he will be the beneficiary of increased free time to pursue other loves in his life; and Whereas, he will be able to spend more time with his wife, the former Ann Melnyk, his son and daughter, and his two ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - H 3833
Title Portion: A BILL TO AMEND THE CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, BY ADDING SECTION 43-7-435 AND BY AMENDIN
... retarded, or other medical institution if the individual is required, as a condition of receiving services in the facility under the state plan, to spend for costs of medical care all but a minimal amount of the person's income required for ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - H 3981
Title Portion: A BILL TO AMEND THE CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, BY ADDING SECTION 20-7-1550 SO AS TO PROV
... child's relationship with each parent. (B) In awarding custody and granting visitation the court must strive to equalize the time the child spends with each parent and to equalize and promote opportunities for each parent to be informed ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - H*4276
Title Portion: A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION TO EXPRESS THE SINCEREST CONGRATULATIONS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF SOUTH C
... people crossed for the first time in Orangeburg County in August of 1994; and Whereas, their friendship blossomed into love and they vowed to spend their lives together; and Whereas, on December 9, 1995, Yvette's birthday, they ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - H 4399
Title Portion: A BILL TO AMEND TITLE 56, CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, RELATING TO EDUCATION, BY ADDING CH
... and receive state, local, and federal funds that have been assigned to the centers by the member school districts and are also empowered to spend those funds on behalf of the districts assigning those funds. The centers are eligible to ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - H 4590
Title Portion: A BILL TO AMEND TITLE 59, CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, RELATING TO EDUCATION, BY ADDING CH
... (2) a financial statement in a format determined by the state board that discloses the costs of administration, instruction, and other spending categories for the pilot school for each of the years of the contract. Such a statement must be ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - H*4604
Title Portion: A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION EXTENDING THE CONGRATULATIONS OF THE MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE
... planned luncheons for volunteers; and has been very active at Christmas with the Children's Depot at Magnolia Mall; and Whereas, Ms. Swinton spends long hours at the Children's Hospital helping children cope with serious illnesses and as a ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - H*4851
Title Portion: A BILL TO AMEND ARTICLE 3, CHAPTER 4, TITLE 12, CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, RELATING TO G
... SECTION 12-37-2860, AS AMENDED, RELATING TO ONE-TIME FEES ON SEMITRAILERS AND TRAILERS OF MOTOR CARRIERS, SO AS TO ALLOW THE DEPARTMENT TO KEEP AND SPEND THE FEE REVENUE FOR ADMINISTRATION OF THE FEE AND PROVIDE THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - H 4869
Title Portion: A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION TO MEMORIALIZE THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS AND THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED S
... Fund, but provided no mechanism to ensure that the funds are spent; and Whereas, the 1998 congressional budget would constrain federal highway spending well below the level of highway tax receipts, allowing the Federal Highway Trust Fund's ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - H*4895
Title Portion: A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION TO MEMORIALIZE CONGRESS TO AMEND THE TAX LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES RELATING
... deduction; and Whereas, two-thirds of business meal users make less than sixty thousand dollars per year, and seventy percent of business meal spenders typically use low-to-moderately priced restaurants for business lunches; ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - H 4997
Title Portion: A BILL TO AMEND TITLE 40, CHAPTER 59, CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, RELATING TO RESIDENTIAL
... business certificate of authorization as provided for in this chapter. (6) 'Resident builder' means a licensed practitioner who spends a majority of each normal workday working out of a principal or branch office and who is in ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - H 5055
Title Portion: A HOUSE RESOLUTION TO CONGRATULATE MR. EDDIE WILLIAMS OF BRANCHVILLE, THE OLDEST LIVING HEIR OF HIS
... in Korea; and Whereas, after Mr. Williams' retirement, he became a born-again Christian. He is a devout member of Canaan Baptist Church, and spends his spare time visiting the sick in nursing homes and hospitals where he prays with them ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - H 5070
Title Portion: A BILL TO CREATE SEVEN INDEPENDENT AND AUTONOMOUS SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN CHARLESTON COUNTY, EACH DISTR
... votes in favor of the referendum held pursuant to Section 9, the Charleston County School Board may not incur any debt, dispose of any assets, or spend any funds not in the normal course of business subsequent to the general election. (B) ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - H*5102
Title Portion: A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION TO RECOGNIZE ELZA M. ALTERMAN FOR HER SUCCESSES AS A BUSINESSWOMAN AND HER
... Street will be greatly missed upon the closing of Elza's, she leaves a hard-earned legacy of success and vitality; and Whereas, she deserves to spend the next forty-seven years doing some leisurely traveling and pursuing other personal ...
Session 112 - (1997-1998) - H 5195
Title Portion: A HOUSE RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING A TASK FORCE TO STUDY EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT AND ITS IMPACT ON
... live in poverty; and Whereas, more than seventy-one percent of preschool children have working mothers; and Whereas, families in poverty spend eighteen percent of their income on child care; and Whereas, over twenty-four percent of ...

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